The logo for the UK Games Expo

After a spat of public criticism and vocal reprimands, it appears that this year's UK Games Expo has revised their health and safety policies regarding COVID-19. On their official website, the ones

Ghostwire: Tokyo

Tango Gameworks' latest title, (which is being published by Bethesda Gameworks) Ghostwire: Tokyo, has been delayed from October 2021 to early 2022. The news was just announced on Twitter, with the

The GenCon logo in front of red images of dice

For those planning on making the trip to physically attend GenCon 2021 this year, an update has happened regarding protections from COVID-19. In an official announcement on GenCon's website, it was

EVE Online PLEX for Good campaign cover

The EVE Online PLEX For Good campaign has raised over $135,000 to support COVID-19 Relief via the WHO's COVID-19 Solidarity Response Fund and the John Hopkins Center for Health Security. EVE Online 

Plague Inc

Ndemic, the publisher and developer of Plague Inc. has seen their fruits of their partnership with global health experts in the form of Plague Inc: The Cure, a major expansion to the game that has

Evil Genius 2

Developer and publisher Rebellion has announced that their upcoming strategic simulator, Evil Genius 2, has been delayed from a 2020 release to the first half of 2021. An Update On Evil Genius 2:

The Long Dark Episode 4 release date delayed cover

Work-from-home challenges will see The Long Dark Episode 4 release date delayed beyond its intended December 2020 launch window. According to the game's developer, we should now expect the next

Stronghold: Warlords release date delayed cover

COVID-19 development challenges will see the Stronghold: Warlords release date delayed by several months so that the developers can have more time to get everything just right. First revealed at E3

A character in Arkane Studios' upcoming Deathloop

Arkane Studios has delayed its upcoming shooter Deathloop until Q2 2021. The studio says that development on the game is taking longer than it normally would due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic